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EndNote - Desktop version: EndNote vs EndNote Web

This guide highlights the unique features of EndNote (desktop version).

EndNote and EndNote Web Contact Librarians

NAME 

 SUBJECT AREA

Natasha Johnson Math
Hal Kirkwood Management, Economics,   Ag Econ, HTM, CSR
Judy Nixon  Education, Liberal Arts, Human Development & Family Studies
Megan Sapp Nelson Engineering, Technology
Amy Van Epps Science, Engineering,  Technology
David Zwicky   Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Engineering

What is EndNote Web?

 

 

EndNote Web is a companion web version of the desktop EndNote. It is an online citation management application that can help organize research material into one's own online mini database.  Your references are stored online, not locally. 

EndNote Web is FREE to all Purdue users and there is no software to purchase.

For instructions, please visit the EndNote Web Guide.

EndNote vs. EndNote Web

Comparison chart between EndNote Web and EndNote
(Source: Thomson Reuters)

Compare features:

EndNote Web

EndNote

Save references

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Organize & edit references

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Storage capacity (number of references)

10,000

unlimited

Import from many databases and OPACs

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Cite & format papers with bibliographies

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Create & save advanced searches

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Customize views & displays

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Edit reference import  filters & output  styles

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Use term lists for auto-entry

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Cite tables, figures, & equations

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Work Offline (anytime/anywhere)

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Local Personal Files and Documents

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High Performance Desktop Environment

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